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Why Nigeria’s Economy Has Not Developed – NASENI

The executive vice chairman of the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI), Prof. Mohammed Sani Haruna, has said technology acquisition and application is the major difference that exists between advanced and underdeveloped nations. Haruna disclosed at the weekend during the  launch of a book, ‘‘Technology and Wealth of Nations (African Experience, 1899 – […]

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COVID-19: Nigeria’s Total Infection Toll Hits 195,052

The total number of coronavirus infections nationwide has reached 195,052, with 2,522  people killed by the pandemic, the Nigeria Centre For Disease Control (NCDC) says. The NCDC made this known via its verified website on Sunday morning, adding that Nigeria recorded 27 more Coronavirus (COVID-19) related deaths and 964  new infections from 19 states and […]

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Council Polls: APC Clears 5 Of 8 Chairmanship Seats In Kaduna-North Senatorial District

The All Progressive Congress (APC) has so far won the Chairmanship seats in five of the eight Local Government Areas in Kaduna-North Senatorial District in the just concluded Council polls. The party captured the seats in Zaria, Sabon Gari, Lere, Kudan and Kubau Local Government Areas while Soba, Makarfi and Ikara are being awaited. Mohammed, […]

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Kaduna Poly Expels 96 Students Over Exams Malpractice

The Management of Kaduna Polytechnic has expelled 96 students over malpractices and other academic misconducts. This is contained in a circular with reference number KPT/CA/S/PR. 11/VOL.XXIII/417 dated 1st September, 2021 and signed by H.S Jandutse. The students affect are from various departments cutting across 100 to 400 level students. The circular indicated that the disciplinary […]

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Insecurity: Northern Elders Fault Closure Of Markets, Telecoms Networks In Zamfara, Others

Elders from the Northern region of the country have criticised some governors for suspending weekly markets, restricting sale of petrol, closure of schools, declaring curfews, banning of movement of cattle and shutting communications networks as measures put in place to curb growing insecurity. It was reported that Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) ordered telecommunication companies to […]

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